The Ghana Education Service (GES) has suspended the 64th Independence Day Parade for all schools.
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The purpose of the suspension of the parade scheduled for 6th March 2021 has been due to the Covid-19 insurgence in the country and in fulfilment of the president’s directive to suspend the celebration across the country.
“The 64th independence anniversary parade has been suspended by the office of the Chief of Staff, and the office of H.E the President of the Republic.” The GES said.
The GES in a letter dated February 15,2021 to all regional directors of education indicated measures must be put in place to ensure that this directive is respected.
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